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4 based on 284 reviews
Large air conditioned room, able to accommodate up to 150 people, and a lush flower garden are the spaces that the Ristorante La Pineta is dedicating its guests to enjoy a delicious a la carte menu or to organize banquets and parties for every occasion. A
We dined at La Pineta whilst staying at the Hotel Royal a short - but very pleasant - walk away. We knew we had arrived when we saw inviting flickering lights lining the drive. The restaurant has several different areas including gazebos in the grounds (good for romantics) an outdoor dining area with views of the lake, and an airy indoor dining room which was our choice. I found my van Gogh style chair a little uncomfortable, but our hostess quickly found me a cushion. The service was excellent throughout our meal.I chose the set menu at 25 euros: 6 starters from the lake, followed by homemade pasta with seafood ragu, lake fish with mixed salad and dessert. Our non-fish eater had a magnificent salad, beautifully presented with thinly sliced apple and peach, mozarella and tomatoes. The starter with six lake fish was particularly good - it included different combinations of tastes and fish cooked in a variety of ways. Next we had pasta, and then eel, and beef in balsamic sauce with grilled vegetables. For dessert three of us had lemon sorbet and the fourth chocolate mousse.
4 based on 509 reviews
Our lunch here was a big disappointment. The restaurant is located on a main pedestrian street that sees lots of tourists. We arrived soon after it opened on a Sunday and sat inside to avoid any smokers sitting outside. We were the second couple served. Service was fast and friendly from a young server who preferred to speak English with us. We ordered sparkling water and red house wine. The server quickly brought these to the table. She even brought us some fresh warm bread, olive oil, and a plate without us having to ask for it. Wonderful! For our antipasti, we ordered a bruschetta pomodoro. It was brought to the table nicely presented on a wooden board. We had a really good feeling about this restaurant based on how things were going so far. From that point on though, our meal went downhill fast. The bruschetta had no rubbed garlic on the toasted bread (not good), and the tomatoes came right out of the fridge (really not good). Tomatoes should always be served fresh since chilling them robs them of their flavor. The bruschetta was drizzled in olive oil (good), but didnât have any sprinkled salt on it (not good), and no basil on top either (also not good). For our main dish, we ordered penne arrabiatta and spaghetti with shrimp. Both dishes were poor. The penne was cheap supermarket mini-penne of some kind. The pomodoro sauce was not spicy and lacked any real flavor. It was also too al dente and seemed to be cooked in water without any salt. The whole dish was bland, over chewy, and tasteless. It came served in a huge pile in a bowl. The portion size was way too much to eat, indicating quantity over quality. I tried to fix it by adding some olive oil, salt, and some of my own peperincino. But it was hopeless. The spaghetti was better but the shrimp came unpeeled and several of them were still cold â a sure sign of using frozen shrimp. We told the server about the still cold shrimp but nothing happened as a result. Parmeasan cheese was brought to the table without asking but it too was chilled from being in the fridge. To be honest, all three of these dishes could have â and should have â been sent back to the kitchen. The house red wine and olive oil were good. No complaints there. Still, this meal which started off so well ended up being a huge disappointment, especially since it was our first lunch on this trip to Italy. To make matters even worse, we discovered later that we were overcharged an extra antipasti (we only ordered one to share). This was a really bad lunch at a restaurant we would never go back to and not recommend to other travelers based on our experience here.carissima ed egreggissima sig: rmitgotean sono io ad avervi preso l'ordinazzione e mi ricordo molto bene di voi eravate esattamente in giardino e adesso spiego io cosa Ã¨ successo una nostra cameriera portando un antipasto che andava in un altro tavolo Ã¨ venuta da voi dicendovi se era il vostro antipasto e voi le avete detto di si poi noi accorgendosi subito dello sbaglio siamo venuti al vostro tavolo dicendovi perche avevate preso l'antipasto che non era il vostro ma di un altro tavolo e gia' avevate mangiato l'antipasto , quindi abbiamo dovuto fare un altro antipasto al vero tavolo che lo aveva ordinato quindi vi Ã¨ stato fatto pagare perche oltre gli antipasti che avevate ordinato avete anche mangiato un altro antipasto che non era il vostro facendo finta che noi non ci accorgessimo !! cari ed egreggissimi signori dovete capire che andando in giro per il mondo non Ã¨ bello fare i furbi con gli altri perchÃ¨ nessuno Ã¨ stupido e noi gli abbiamo fatto solo pagare quello che lei si Ã¨ mangiato e niente di piu'!! quindi le dico quando va in un altro ristorante e le arriva una cosa che lei non a ordinato deve solo dire che quetsta cosa non la ordinata!!! perche un cameriere si puo' anche sbagliare a portare un piatto ma il cliente deve essere anche onesto !! e detto questo le inviamo distinti saluti dalla nostra struttura .
4 based on 344 reviews
Delicious food at IL BORGO. We had the Agnello a Scottadito and the Cighiale a Bujone as main courses. Both were very tasteful, with the Syrah wine a perfect combination.Friendly staff who explained part of the menu.And very affordable prices.
4 based on 676 reviews
Osteria with gluten-free kitchen (certified AIC), we serve traditional italian food with a selected list of Umbria's Wines. Antica Cantina is a Smart place to stay, at least for us: after all, if you ask the landlord how is the wine, he Will always answer
Cantina Antica is an excellent restaurant with inside and outside space. The foot was very good, with almost all the dishes being gluten free and very well prepared from fresh local ingredients. The staff were always very clear what was not appropriate for coeliacs (eg âthis basket of bread is GF, but this one is notâ) showing they were really on top of the issue.
4 based on 562 reviews
My wife and I ate here while visiting Orvieto. I wanted to try some typical Etruscan food and Tipica Trattoria Etrusca did not disappoint. Our waiter was fluent in English but was also happy to let me practice my speaking in Italian. I let him know in advance that I wanted to try the pigeon and rabbit thought they were not foods I am accustomed to and therefore I may not like them. I thought the pigeon was like a better version of chicken though I wasn't a big fan of the sauce. It had a black olive base that was a bit strong for me. The rabbit was great. It had a green olive sauce though it tasted nothing like olive. when I was finished eating the cook came to see what I thought. I told him I needed more bread so that I could finish the sauce from the rabbit. If pigeon or rabbit seem a bit strange, they have other foods such as ravioli, which is what my wife ordered. That was also excellent. When we finished our meals the waiter brough us some lemoncello and told us that it was customary to drink it after the meal. If I visit Orvieto again, I will defintiely eat at Tipica Trattoria Etrusca and will hopefully have the same waiter next time.
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